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Cement top-up systems

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QUICKLY AND EFFICIENTLY PLACE CEMENT IN THE ANNULUS BETWEEN THE CONDUCTOR PIPE AND THE OPEN-HOLE SECTION AT THE POINT OF INSTALLATION TO ACHIEVE OFFSHORE CONDUCTOR INTEGRITY.

A reliable back-up to primary cementing.

Ensure conductor integrity with the Claxton conductor cement top-up system. A proven and reliable back-up to primary cementing, the system injects cement into the annulus between the conductor pipe and the open-hole section at predefined locations. Our conductor cement top-up system is also regularly used to overcome the issues associated with poor formation conditions.

Conductor cement top-up systems are typically required for the following seabed conditions:

  • ‘Soft soil’ conditions
  • Coning effects at the seabed
  • Irregular formations or ‘washouts’.

The system consists of a cementing line attached to the conductor which is then run together to the required depth. The line is terminated with a spreader which introduces the cement at the base of the problem area when pumping commences. Some designs include multiple cement outlets at different depths.

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Claxton understands that operators are under increasing pressure to streamline processes and achieve cost savings, which is why they encapsulate a plethora of service and product offerings all under one roof.

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